Laura Nagel
Laura Nagel
Adjunct Assistant Professor Biology Department, Queen's University. Kingston, Canada
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Natural selection and parallel speciation in sympatric sticklebacks
HD Rundle, L Nagel, JW Boughman, D Schluter
Science 287 (5451), 306-308, 2000
7242000
Parallel speciation by natural selection
D Schluter, LM Nagel
The American Naturalist 146 (2), 292-301, 1995
4581995
Body size, natural selection, and speciation in sticklebacks
L Nagel, D Schluter
Evolution 52 (1), 209-218, 1998
4451998
What is the mind-body problem
T Nagel
Experimental and theoretical studies of consciousness, 1-7, 1993
1081993
Factors affecting the evolution of bleaching resistance in corals
T Day, L Nagel, MJH Oppen, MJ Caley
The American Naturalist 171 (2), E72-E88, 2008
502008
Host specificity of two species of Gnathia (Isopoda) determined by DNA sequencing blood meals
CM Jones, L Nagel, GL Hughes, TH Cribb, AS Grutter
International Journal for Parasitology 37 (8-9), 927-935, 2007
452007
Host preference and specialization in Gnathia sp., a common parasitic isopod of coral reef fishes
L Nagel, AS Grutter
Journal of Fish Biology 70 (2), 497-508, 2007
442007
Immune response to nylon filaments in two damselfly species that differ in their resistance to ectoparasitic mites
L Nagel, JJ Mlynarek, MR Forbes
Ecological Entomology 36 (6), 736-743, 2011
232011
Evolutionary divergence in common marine ectoparasites Gnathia spp. (Isopoda: Gnathiidae) on the Great Barrier Reef: phylogeography, morphology, and behaviour
L Nagel, R Montgomerie, SC Lougheed
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 94 (3), 569-587, 2008
232008
Inter-annual variation in prevalence and intensity of mite parasitism relates to appearance and expression of damselfly resistance
L Nagel, T Robb, MR Forbes
BMC ecology 10 (1), 1-9, 2010
182010
Selection on mite engorgement size affects mite spacing, host damselfly flight, and host resistance
L Nagel, M Zanuttig, MR Forbes
Evolutionary Ecology Research 12 (5), 653-665, 2010
182010
Weak habitat isolation in a threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus spp.) species pair
L Southcott, L Nagel, T Hatfield, D Schluter
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 110 (2), 466-476, 2013
112013
The parallel evolution of reproductive isolation in threespine sticklebacks
LM Nagel
University of British Columbia, 1994
111994
Parasite-mediated selection amidst marked inter-annual variation in mite parasitism and damselfly life history traits
L Nagel, T Robb, MR Forbes
Ecoscience 16 (2), 265-270, 2009
72009
Escape of parasitic water mites from dragonfly predators attacking their damselfly hosts
L Nagel, M Zanuttig, MR Forbes
Canadian Journal of Zoology 89 (3), 213-218, 2011
62011
A Simple Molecular Technique for Identifying Marine Host Fish by Sequencing Blood‐Feeding Parasites
L Nagel, SC Lougheed
Journal of Parasitology 92 (3), 665-668, 2006
62006
Differential water mite parasitism, phenoloxidase activity, and resistance to mites are unrelated across pairs of related damselfly species
JJ Mlynarek, A Iserbyt, L Nagel, MR Forbes
PloS one 10 (2), e0115539, 2015
52015
The role of vision in host-finding behaviour of the ectoparasite Gnathia falcipenis (Crustacea; Isopoda)
L Nagel
Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 42 (1), 31-42, 2009
42009
Comparing natural parasitism and resistance with proxies of host immune response in Lestid damselflies
L Nagel, JJ Mlynarek, MR Forbes
Ecol. Parasitol. Immunol 3, 1-7, 2014
32014
Data from: Weak habitat isolation in a threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus spp.) species pair
L Southcott, L Nagel, T Hatfield, D Schluter
2021
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